Apple Introduces New iPhone 14 Series

Introducing the all-new iPhone 14! With a new release every year, Apple has made some changes that make the legendary lineup live up to the hype. New features have come to this year’s iPhone that some may find hard to resist. 

At a glance, the iPhone 14 features a notch-less display with Dynamic Island, a faster A16 chip, a 48-megapixel camera, Crash Detection, satellite connectivity, and more. If there is one thing Apple has been great at over the years since the launch of the first iPhone, they can have the ultimate element of surprise! Let’s start with the first feature everyone seems to question: the camera. Talk about a lot of Megapixels! Already, comparing the iPhone to new professional cameras that have come out within the past 3-4 years, the Apple product far exceeds many big brands like Sony and Canon with their top tier DSLR’s/SLR’s. 

Considering how small and slim smartphones have become over the years, it’s pretty insane how these masterful engineers fit such powerful technology right into the palm of your hand. The new A16 chip is lightning fast, with speeds you would expect to come out of an expensive laptop or PC now powers the 14 with almost no complication. Apple says that the A16 Bionic has a multicore processor with two high-performance cores and four efficiency cores, a five-core GPU, and a 16-core neural engine performing up to 17 trillion operations per second. The GPU has up to 50% more memory bandwidth, and overall, Apple says that the A16 Bionic is upward of 40% faster than rival chipsets. 

A smartphone isn’t much of a smartphone without innovative capabilities. Safety has become a significant concern for Apple and its consumers with the launch of the new iPhone. Apple wants to ensure its customers are cared for to the highest degree. Emergency SOS via satellite is a new feature designed to connect you to emergency personnel when traditional cellular and Wi-Fi services aren’t unavailable. Working in partnership with satellite telecommunications company Globalstar, this technology will use Globalstar’s network of satellites so you can send text messages from the Messages app to emergency services or contacts when other connectivity options aren’t available. Apple has your back if you find yourself lost hiking in a dense forest or trapped in an unfortunate situation.

With an endless number of features that come with the new iPhone, there are only good things to be said about this fantastic technology and its unique capabilities to make life easier.